Lady Busines: Jenelle Marie Davis from The STD Project

Lady Busines: Jenelle Marie Davis from The STD Project

Here at Ladybud Magazine, we are also all about harm reduction and education. It should come as no surprise, then, that we’re major fans of The STD Project and its founder, Jenelle Marie Davis. Although Jenelle is not a cannabis activist, she is a rockstar sex-positive feminist whose work is helping slay the (often sexist) […]

The Underground – Parts 5-8: Mobility and Infiltration of Women in the Cannabis Economy

The Underground – Parts 5-8: Mobility and Infiltration of Women in the Cannabis Economy

Editor’s note: This article is a continuation of Brandie Wilson’s series, The Underground. It is a sociological analysis of the role of women in the underground cannabis economy of Humboldt County and Northern California. The first article in the series can be viewed here,   the second installment can be viewed here, the third part can […]

Legalize for Lorelei: On the Frontlines of PA’s Medical Marijuana Push

Legalize for Lorelei: On the Frontlines of PA’s Medical Marijuana Push

Lorelei Ulrich isn’t like a lot of the children featured in the marijuana movement, because she’s never actually tried cannabis oil. She’s only seven and has already become one of the most public faces for medical cannabis oil in Pennsylvania. In addition to intractable epilepsy, she has autism and sensory processing issues. Sadly, her condition […]

Ladybud Literary: [NSFW] Graphic Art by Orli Auslander ‘Eve, Bitch’

Ladybud Literary: [NSFW] Graphic Art by Orli Auslander ‘Eve, Bitch’

Ladybud Magazine is proud to present the third installment in Orli Auslander’s hilarious “Eve” series. Always irreverent and poignant, “Eve” explores the woman’s perspective in the Biblical story of Adam and Eve. Given the setting, the level of nudity and the fact that this series is not safe for work or for minors should be […]

#StoptheSeizures and a Grandmother’s Grief at Losing Her Grandchild to Cannabis Prohibition

#StoptheSeizures and a Grandmother’s Grief at Losing Her Grandchild to Cannabis Prohibition

Sometimes, when running errands, taking a walk or just enjoying a rare quiet moment, I find myself overwhelmed with a sense of loss and grief.  My beautiful and most precious three year old granddaughter, Chloe earned her wings this past December 10th. Chloe was such a gift to our family, but after suffering a critical seizure that left her in a coma […]

Let’s Talk About Real Compassion for Addicts, Please

Let’s Talk About Real Compassion for Addicts, Please

For too long in our country, the rhetoric in the War on Drugs has focused on representing drug users as the “other,” as the bad guys in this culture war. Those who preach compassion and rehabilitation and harm reduction instead of criminalization are often dismissed as “bleeding heart liberals” willing to give anyone a free […]

Recipe: Cannabis Butter Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti

Recipe: Cannabis Butter Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti

Sometimes, an infused cookie or brownie isn’t going to cut it. Perhaps you need something a little more sophisticated or something that could withstand dunking into a hot beverage on a cold day. If there’s a little ache in your bones to go with the late winter chill, chase them both away with these delicious medicated […]

Joey’s Strain: Cannabis Created for Symptoms Related to Autism

Joey’s Strain: Cannabis Created for Symptoms Related to Autism

The medical benefits of cannabis in children suffering from autism-related symptoms have long been speculated about, but only recently, with new laws being passed, have we truly been able to see results. In an article published in Autism Research Review International, Doctor Bernard Rimland, founder of the Autism Society of America (ASA), claimed that “evidence […]

Will Child Protective Services Evolve with Changing Medical Marijuana Laws?

Will Child Protective Services Evolve with Changing Medical Marijuana Laws?

With the world of medical and recreational cannabis rapidly evolving, undoubtedly some of these patients and users are going to be parents. And while we can all agree that we should not make marijuana available to children except in medically necessary situations, we must ask ourselves “Is Child Protective Services going to grow and change […]

UPenn Professor To Assist in Cannabis Studies Focusing on PTSD

UPenn Professor To Assist in Cannabis Studies Focusing on PTSD

The University of Pennsylvania has a staff member involved in coordinating two proposed studies involving cannabis. Dr. Marcel Bonn-Miller, whose education and work history involve long-standing efforts with the Veterans Affairs Health Care System, will be helping to determine if cannabis is useful in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Bonn-Miller is researcher and […]